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KissMyAuraDora 162 reads
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a tip in the envelope...it's a note that reads:

"Plant your carrots early."

If you do that, you avoid fungus & root rot & will have beautiful, orange robust carrots.

ctcaman1218 reads

My mentor in the biz said to never tip and he claims he has spent $2m over the years.  I'm kind of of the opinion you pay the fee and that's that. Any opinions?

most providers do not expect a tip but would welcome it..if the guy has really spent what he says he has..there would be no reason to tip seeing he is probably paying exorbitant high end rates..if you spend 350 for an hour and you feel she is exceptional..tip her 50 extra..if you are paying 2000 an hour for a high end provider..why would you tip seeing you have probably spent more than you should have already..she will never feel slighted if do not tip..they know the game..

I will bring a small gift, like a bottle of wine or candles, but that's it.

I see myself tipping when I get a service that exceeds what I "expected" based on reviews and personal preferences. I think I might be a little more generous towards providers working with the agency, since they already take a huge cut out of what they earn.

I pretty much know what is the maximum amount I can tip the provider. I come prepared with it. After the time is up, if I was very satisfied, I would tip. And vice versa.

I did hear from many providers who said that the best gesture is to become a regular, not just occasional tipper.

HobbyCity162 reads

I quit gifting too.

Women in this business often compare themselves to professionals offering a service such as lawyers, doctors and so forth. If such is the case, I do not tip my lawyer, accountant or doctors thus I will not tip them. They can't have it both ways although they try too but that is when the big head should take over.

For example, if I see a $300 an hour girl, and she exceeds my expectations and is willing to go that extra step, I will give her another bill because $300 an hour did not do her justice for the kind of service I received. Sometimes, if she goes that extra mile, but I feel that $100 is too much, I'd give her $60.

$300 an hour sometimes is debatable because it is on the borderline of average. There are some hot girls that charge this amount, and there are some regular girls that charge more. So, if I am seeing a provider that is charging $400 an hour, the most I will tip is $60.

I use to tip every time I hobbied because I was accustomed to tipping. However, I've learned that it can put a hole in my pocket if I continue it. So, I only tip if she exceeds my expectations. Tipping is not required, but appreciated. Just like going to the barber. If I'm getting a $60 haircut, I won't tip because $60 is too much for my hair cut. All that is required for me is a quick trim. However, some of the best barbers I see charge $12. So, I tip them $20 more dollars because their rates are low, and they do a good job. Hope that make sense.

wrps07155 reads

So if her rate is $150/hour. I give her $160 and don't ask for change. The providers seem to be happy with the extra $10.

I would never give a provider a ten dollar tip  .
 
 I could be wrong , I'm sticking with what I feel .  A ten dollar tip
is an insult .

 If you gave her the donation at the beginning of the session ,
with no mention of extra dollars in the envelope ,you might get away with it,
if she thinks you didn't have correct change .

 I have never  tipped on a first , second, or third meeting .
I have left some extra Benjamins  when a regular went far beyond her call
of duty with the clock . I don't think of that as a  tip . I think of it as not taking
advantage of her kindness and hospitality .

I was eating solo at a nice restaurant a couple weeks ago , receiving extraordinary service,
never been there before ,with the bonus of a  stunningly beautiful waitress  with a
 million dollar smile .
 I was dressed way down compared to the other dining patrons . LOL that didn't
bother me , I became more  comfortable when  I got some looks of contempt from other diners .

  My waitress  made a lot  more conversation than my normal  experience when dining  alone,
even though the place was packed  .
I gave her a tip much larger than the price of my meal . Yes she is that pretty .

  She said that's  too much , giving it back to me . In shock  I halved it , she gave it back again .
I told her she is working hard , I received superb service and conversation , you deserve
 a nice tip . She said she likes to work . I started taking ten bucks off her tip until it
 got down to ten bucks, she finally  accepted .  I  felt extremely embarrassed  leaving only
  ten bucks .
 
 For the last two weeks I have been wondering if she thought I was a vagrant
spending my bumming money on a  decent meal .  

 

Posted By: wrps07
So if her rate is $150/hour. I give her $160 and don't ask for change. The providers seem to be happy with the extra $10.

He's not tipping her $10, he just doesn't have change. He's just speaking figuratively. I've tip girls coins from my pocket before, or change. I tip them those pennies, nickels, and dimes as an appreciation that I won't be back.

The first time I did it, the girl as if I'd tip her. First, the session was down hill, and I should have stayed home. Then, she had the audacity to ask for a tip. So, I reached inside my pocket, grab some change, and threw it at her, and told her to keep the change, then I left.

Now, every time I have a lackluster down the hill service, I always reach inside my pocket, grab some pennies, and throw it at the provider as a gesture of stank service. I feel that I am doing a service to her, by letting her know that she is worth a couple of pennies and nickels.

Why should I be embarrassed? It's them that caused it.

KissMyAuraDora163 reads

a tip in the envelope...it's a note that reads:

"Plant your carrots early."

If you do that, you avoid fungus & root rot & will have beautiful, orange robust carrots.

I am ~'~ Victoria By Nature ~'~ A Floridian Escort in the Sarasota/Bradenton area and I never ask more than what is advertised. If a girl asks more for certain services she is trying to scam you. If you feel her performance or company is more than worth what she is advertised or you generally think she deserves it then yes but I don't think its ethical or moral to ask for more than what is advertised. Just food for thought. Have a nice morning/ afternoon /night!
                                      ~'~ Victoria ~'~


about the man that does not tip.  The conversation starts with the Gentlemen that do.  

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Posted By: ctcaman
My mentor in the biz said to never tip and he claims he has spent $2m over the years.  I'm kind of of the opinion you pay the fee and that's that. Any opinions?

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